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Interfacial complexation driven three-dimensional assembly of cationic phosphorus dendrimers and graphene oxide sheets

Abstract : High content nitrogen, sulfur and phosphorus heteroatoms assembled in tree-like dendrimers (DGn) are confined within the galleries of two-dimensional graphene oxide (GO). The presence of the ternary diethyl-N-ethyl-ammonium groups on the dendrimer peripheries ensures the exfoliation of graphene sheets thereby affording interfacially bridged, three-dimensional heteroatom-enriched graphene-based hybrid nanostructures (DGn-GO). Dendrimer generation (from 1 to 4) that reflects the bulkiness of these conceived nano-trees impacts increasingly the degree of dispersion-exfoliation and sheet desordering. The long-term stability of these aqueous suspensions associated with their handling flexibility allows uniform accommodation of the resulting hybrid materials as flame-retardants in bioplastics.
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Nadia Katir, Anass Benayad, Denis Rouchon, Nathalie Marcotte, Nabil El brahmi, et al.. Interfacial complexation driven three-dimensional assembly of cationic phosphorus dendrimers and graphene oxide sheets. Nanoscale Advances, RSC, 2019, 1 (1), pp.314-321. ⟨10.1039/C8NA00047F⟩. ⟨hal-02341361⟩

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